Princeton University researcher Michael McAlpine has developed a technique wherein a graphene sensor can be attached to a human tooth, detecting bacteria in the area and sending that single to a wireless receiver.
Just came from the bathroom? Opened a public door? Did you wash your hands before you picked up that iPhone? Because now it’s on the side of your face and so are the germs that came with it. To combat the growth of bacteria and make sanitization efforts seamless, comes the VIOlight; a UV light that costs only $50 and kills 99.9% of germs in minutes.